Proper air temperature plays a vital role in the comfort of everyday homes and offices. Nowadays most people have the luxury of driving and working in air conditioned spaces, and it’s becoming more of an expectation to have efficient and reliable cooling within the home environment too! After all, who can really sleep, socialize, relax, work, or eat comfortably in a sweltering hot home in the scorching heat of a Minnesota summer? We are here to recommend and install the best air conditioning system for your Minnesota home. When considering a proper A/C system for your home there are three main considerations: temperature, humidity, and particulates.

Temperature: We service and install only the best cooling systems on the market including Carrier, Goodman, Amana, Bryant, Mitsubishi, Day and Night, to name a few. These top of the line brands will ensure that you have control over the temperature of your space for optimal comfort while also maintaining energy efficiency to keep your energy bills low. Many models now are equipped for smart technology which gives you more control by remotely permitting you to manage the temperature of your home.

Humidity: Minnesota weather is constantly changing. We’re lucky to have four seasons, but with changing seasons come changing humidity within your home. Our air conditioning systems are humidity controlled to allow for comfort, but also for best preservation of your home materials. We’ll teach you correct humidity levels for your specific home and how to reduce the humidity in those uncomfortable hot and humid summer days.

Particulates: When choosing a system that is best for your home you must consider the system’s ability to clean the air from allergens or other particulates in the air. Without effective cleansing of the air particulates, the particles will continue to be circulated throughout the home, often increasing sensitivity to an allergen. By properly changing a filter you’ll be able to effectively clean the air in your home, and reduce unwanted particles from continued circulation. According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is one of the top five urgent environmental risks to public health today!

Don’t wait a minute more, call us for an air quality evaluation.